Don’t give this grenade to anybody else! The next time you pull the pin, it might get a little bit difficult to remove it (because it was deformed the Unicorn that’s what i do i read books and i know things shirt first time you’ve pulled it) and if you’re not aware of it, it might cause you a problem during combat.I am clean and sober over 42+ years. Despite an upper middle class background and the best of schools, I decided to forego pursuing advanced education and degrees and instead learned most of my knowledge, by trial and errors on the streets of New Orleans and New York City with a bottle in my hand and pills in my pocket. Many times it was society’s lowest of the low, the homeless bums, prostitutes, junkies, and, winos that were my teachers and mentors. They taught me survival tricks, street smarts, and how to stay clear of the 3rd rail. I loved those dear folks.
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A stuffy drag of a hostess I’m not by any means, but did have a couple rules for visitors to my home. If you want to drink, bring your own. Now since Unicorn that’s what i do i read books and i know things shirt my partner drinks that has changed somewhat. Be prepared, if I consider you have had too much you had better fork over your keys to a designated driver, call a cab, or find a vacant bedroom. You are not driving from my place drunk no way no how. No imbibing to the point of breaking objects, brawls, or puking all over the joint. This ain’t a Bourbon Street or Bowery bar. And no Pot or Drugs whatsoever.Hundreds and I mean hundreds, if not a thousand, people over the years came through the doors of my homes and apartments to eat and spend time with us. Everyone was welcome, especially the old street gang. The homeless bums, prostitutes, junkies , and winos from my using days. They never gave a minute of trouble and were the better to be included with others who openly greeted them warmly as equals, as friends.